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Flight attendants: Using THIS secret code means they find you attractive

A FLIGHT attendant has revealed the secret code they use if they find a passenger attractive.


Flight attendants: This secret code could mean they fancy you

A flight attendant has revealed the secret code that they use with one another if they find a passenger attractive.

James, a flight attendant for seven years, spoke to Australian radio show Kyle & Jackie O, explaining how they did it.

That way they could discuss among one another who they fancied without letting on.

Passengers near them should keep an ear out to see if they can work out who it is.

He told the radio hosts: "Obviously when we are in the cabin and we are doing the drinks we can't just be like 'Oh doll check him out. You have to be subtle about it.

"Because everyone knows their seat numbers, so we’re on the cart and he’ll be like, 'I’m thinking of doing seven days in America… being 'seat 7A'.

"And I’ll be like, 'yeah, I could do seven days in America!'

"Or like, six days in Denmark..."


Flight attendants: They may use a secret code to suggest they find passengers attractive

He also mentioned how to avoid passengers asking them questions

It wasn’t the only thing he revealed to the radio, as he also mentioned how to avoid passengers asking them questions.

When trying to walk from one end of the plane to another, often to go on their break, passengers may use this time to request something.

James revealed his secret trick: "I'd put a can of coke in a sick bag put a rubber glove on and then walk through the cabin so it looks like I'm holding vomit — no one asked me for a thing."

A different survey also found flight attendants to admitting to something illegal during a flight.


Flight attendants: Some cabin crew may find other passengers attractive


Flight attendants: Passengers should listen out for the secret code

The survey by Jetcost.co.uk asked flight attendants from around the world if they ever short-change passengers.

A whopping 54 per cent admitted they do by giving the change back in a foreign currency.

They then keep the change, with some earning a few hundred extra a year.

German flight attendants kept the most, earning £410 extra a year.